AuctionsPlus CEO at red meat event
THE flow of market information across the entire red meat value chain and the potential benefits to participants across industry will be the consistent theme during Meat & Livestock Australia’s Business Breakfast at Red Meat 2017 in Alice Springs. The Business Breakfast, held on November 22, is a new addition to the two-day program and is an opportunity to join with fellow producers, industry leaders and other representatives to listen to three guest speakers in discussion over a hearty breakfast. Guest speakers include:
ANNA SPEER, CEO, AUCTIONSPLUS
Online marketplaces are reshaping traditional business models. Using technology, online marketplaces are getting bigger, smarter, faster and more efficient. New opportunities are now emerging with online ecosystems providing sales channel choice, targeting the right buyers, aligning interests, delivering additional competition, more accountability, price discovery, provenance and brand development. Your online reputation is becoming a competitive advantage.
TOM MAGUIRE, GENERAL MANAGER CORPORATE SERVICES, TEYS AUSTRALIA
Meat Standards Australia’s willingness-to-pay data demonstrates that there is considerable value to be gained by ensuring that consumers have their meat quality expectations met, every time. Similarly, higher yielding animals deliver significantly more productivity to meat processors.
Current measurement systems produce an average of both product yield and quality. Information produced from these systems are also averages – masking individual animal performance. Producers wishing to secure a place at the MLA Business Breakfast should register through the Red Meat 2017 event page www.redmeat.mla.com.au.
Red Meat 2017 is a flagship event for Australia’s red meat industry. It is open to all producers and industry stakeholders.
Anna Speer, AuctionsPlus CEO, will be at the MLA event in Alice Springs next month.